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A financial services professional, Alberto Sevilla-Sacasa currently serves as a Financial Analyst in the Investment Management Division of Private Wealth Management at Goldman, Sachs & Co. In this capacity, he carries out a number of critical responsibilities such as constructing asset allocations, communicating directly with clients, and analyzing financial models. With Goldman Sachs for three years, Alberto Sevilla-Sacasa is Senior Analyst on a team that oversees the transition and integration of a junior team. Upon the request of the Chief Operating Officer of U.S. Private Wealth Management, he has also assumed the leadership of a group that analyzes trading capabilities.Initially a Summer Analyst at Goldman Sachs' New York Regional Office, Alberto Sevilla-Sacasa accepted a permanent position upon his graduation from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. As an undergraduate analyst, he gained knowledge and experience that prepared him to take on a full-time position at the firm. Mr. Sevilla-Sacasa also spent a summer working as a tennis instructor at the Ritz Carlton Tennis Center in Key Biscayne, Florida. Working with children of all ages, he developed a positive reputation among his colleagues and supervisors.While he is now a recreational athlete, Mr. Sevilla-Sacasa excelled in tennis throughout his high school years at Georgetown Preparatory School. In addition to leading his high school team in athletic performance, he sat for nine Advanced Placement examinations. Today, he plays golf as often as possible and enjoys watching tennis, basketball, baseball, and football. A civic-minded individual, Alberto Sevilla-Sacasa also volunteers as a Sophomore Skills tutor in math, algebra, and geometry through a humanitarian organization called New York Cares.

Work experience

Jan 2009Present

Financial Analyst

Goldman Sachs

Financial Analyst in Private Wealth Management in the Investment Management

Jun 2006Aug 2006

Summer Tennis Instructor

Ritz Carlton Tennis Center


Sep 2005May 2009


University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School